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for romney. romney in south carolina, indiana, and kentucky. the projections give obama 3 electoral votes and they hope the number adds up to 270 or more needed to win the election. obama and the first lady arrived at home in chicago. the president wrapped hip his campaign with a visit to ohio and other swing states and criticized his opponents economic policies. he said romney would only increase the gap between rich and moor. romney voted in belmont, massachusetts. he, too, visited ohio and other swing states at the end of the campaign. he told voters obama failed in his efforts to fix the economy. we're drawing on the projections of our partners at u.s. broadcaster abc news. before the ballots are counted they're using exit polls to project the results state by state and analyze the counting and feed that into the model. we'll update the electoral votes projected for each candidate and we're starting to see those tick up. millions of americans get their say in who becomes president. what happens after that seems like a riddle to some. thanks for joining us. how do election officials de
think he's going to help. the hard right is chastened in a lot of ways. >> in south carolina, a republican, jeff duncan, who quoted him as follows, when i look at the results of the election, congressman duncan says, it becomes clear to me that the house is now the last line of defense for preserving freedom in this country. the people of south carolina clearly rejected president obama's policies i understand intend to fight on their behalf. in other words, it's the civil war. i'm standing up for south carolina. and obama may be interested in this thing called the union. i'm for sc sc. what an amazing, loyalty for your are state, as opposed to your country. didn't we get past that at one point? >> i don't think so. >> i'm standing up for south carolina, what does that mean? >> we went through this last summer. two summers ago, with the showdown over the fiscal -- over the debt ceiling. >> yeah. >> and at that point in time, the president tried to reach bargain. surer is right, john boehner would have cut a deal. but he couldn't, because at the end of the day, had he done so,
governor newt gingrich. (laughter) two titans of south carolina politics going head to head. but who can forget when gingrich swept the south carolina republican primary and i ran for president of the united states of south carolina. (cheers and applause) sadly, sadly, folks, i had to suspend my campaign on the technicality that i do not want that job and it does not exist. (laughter) but, folks, all that's behind us now. presidential elections of 2012 is finally over. after two years of relentless poll analysis, electoral map swiping, undecided voter dial testing and being forced to use the word "cuyahoga" in a sentence -- (laughter) -- we can finally take a breather. just relax with a nice soothing cup of camomile breeze and just let it all -- >> do you think it's too early to talk about 2016? we don't think so. (gunshot) (cheers and applause) >> stephen: (bleep) you! i've had it! i'm a human being goddamnit! i have rights! can't we just move on to some other aspect of our lives? not everything is a constant contest for political advantage! america's facing some serious problems! there
to be ith me? [ laughter ] >> reporter: he was raised in south carolina but born in washington. so, he said he enjoys visiting d.c. >> reminds me of my infancy. >> a lot of spitting up? >> and a lot of infantile behavior. >> reporter: he said his kids will visit the wax museum. will it freak them out? >> of course, it freaks me out. >> reporter: when asked if he has a message for congress. >> are they distill -- they're still here? >> they still here. >> all of them? >> okay. >> reporter: speaking of shirking responsibilities. >> this old fill so going to come in to handy the next time i'm called to jury duty. >> reporter: he enjoyed being graced by his own presence. >> um, um. [ laughter ] >> can i lick me? you can't lick me. >> too late. [ laughter ] >> reporter: in washington, beth parker, fox five news. >> i love him. even more so now that i can go to madame tousseau's and touch him. the joys of life. >> oh, yes. >>> speaking of the joys of life. >> yes. >> just ahead, a joyful day for several parents in the district who welcome new editions to the families. coming up, the touching mome
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-- this office had just finally gotten the heat turned on, at the time i was still competing in south carolina, it was one of the early primary states. i really wanted the endorsement of a state representative down there. i met her at some function where nobody knew me, nobody could pronounce my name. they're wondering, what's he thinking? so i asked her for her endorsement, and she said, i tell you what, obama, i will give you my endorsement, if you come to my hometown of greenwood, south carolina. and i think i had a little bit of wine during dinner, because right away i said, okay. so it's about a month later and i'm traveling back to south carolina and we flew in late at night, i think we were coming from iowa. we had been campaigning nonstop, traveling all through towns and having town hall meetings and shaking hands. in between i'm making phone calls, asking people for support. so we land in greenville, south carolina around midnight, we get to the hotel at 1:00 in the morning. i'm wiped out, exhausted. back then we didn't fly on air force one, the accommodations were a little different.
. romney is expected to win kentucky. now, we want to head down to south carolina, another one in which mitt romney is expected to win, monitoring those pres with 9 electoral votes. let's look at the state of georgia. no numbers yet. 16 electoral votes at stake. we'll be monitoring all of these results as they come in. >> we've been watching the early closing states and we are joined live from the news room. >> reporter: one of those key presidential swing states as we said is virginia. it might be the closest of all. votes are right now being tallied. voters tolerated long lines all day. poll workers say turn out was surprisingly robust. virginia's 13 electoral votes up for grabs. virginia is more diverse than it was just four years ago. republicans expect to do well in upscale suburbs, democrats in the cities. with we'll be watching it closely throughout the night. in south carolina, polls closed after some problems. voting machines malfunctioned and another one ran out of paper ballots. >> there was a lot wrong. the machines didn't work and they didn't get paper ballots. we were here
with the five electoral votes going to mitt romney. if you look here, you can see south carolina went to mitt romney. no big surprises. we want to take to you vermont that went to president obama. that too was expected. if you take a look at the map where we are focusing on is ohio. mitt romney capturing the neighboring states. a key battleground state, continuing to monitor the results, coming in by the minute, watching ohio and florida carefully. >> voters are voting on the legalizing of marijuana. this national trend and unusual one way this law enforcement has gotten involved in the campaign. >> another piece of history that could be made. one of these states could be the first to legalize recreational use of marijuana. the oregon measure legalizes and taxes marijuana and voters in washington are asked to regulate marijuana like alcohol. and in colorado the marijuana cowboy. >> this one says that it should be legalized. >> the war on drugs have been destructive and immoral policies since slavery. it has to go. >> campaigning for the colorado that would let marijuana be sold and taxed. mon
that she had received and besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> that began with south carolina senator lindsey graham giving his view of ambassador susan rice and her role in the administration spin on the benghazi terror attacks and the president's reactions to those statements at his first news conference since being reelected. mr. obama, defending ms. rice, but his defense has actually added more to the controversy. senator graham reacted to the president by saying, mr. president, don't think for one minute i don't hold you responsible for benghazi, i think you failed as commander-in-chief before, during and after the attack. so much to get to first on this, jim, the showdown between the two senators, graham and mccain and the president. abc's terry moran called it an obama smackdown. "the washington post" john mccain's benghazi, and some say it's about mccain being bitter about losing to obama four years ago. >> i think five names and a conflagration, and number one petraeus and broadwell and number two, benghazi, benghazi, petraeus, broadwell, military ethics, mccain obama reducti
into columbia, south carolina, certainly savannah, georgia, jacksonville, all to get some heavy rain and some thunderstorms. now, large chunks of the country tomorrow for election day are going to be dry and delightful, including much of the western u.s. with the exception of perhaps the pacific northwest with a few showers. nothing they can't handle and there is going to be certainly a big swath of chilly air that we're going to deal with locally and some snow in the upper midwest. i think that snow will mainly affect eastern minnesota. the upper peninsula of michigan and maybe a section of wisconsin which, might be also an important state to keep an eye on. a little bit of snow for those areas, potentially, and quite a swath of chilly air from the northeast to the gulf coast states. 92 is -- that is that area of low pressure that is going to be the nor'easter and that deepens again as it comes up the coast on wednesday into wednesday night and thursday. so, we're not expect anything precipitation locally from that. here's an idea of what we're expecting. of course, the polls open in d.c. at
. >> they were sailing from sag harbor, new york, to charleston, south carolina. they were seeing this all along the way. you've got new york dolphins and south carolina dolphins. >> this is real? >> this is real. >> i've worked here a long time and i've never seen anything like that. turn it back to the beginning. swimming and jumping. how do they keep up with the boat? they have to be remote control. you've made my life. i want to hug the computers. >> some dudes go in to rob a jewelry store and zap the guard with a stun gun. >> that stun gun didn't take out the security guard. >> see how the table turn when the robbers get served. >>> i came across a video of a fashion show. then i was like, wait a second, who is this. >> find out why i was on the catwalk next. >> dramatic hair flip, too. >>> it's time for another one of the animal expeditions. this one takes us to europe. first at the rotterdam zoo, i show you the birth of an indian rhino. >> that mom, watch what happens? >> a rhino birth is something i can't -- >> lays down. there it is coming out of the rear. i don't think the tusk is full
watch you all the time. >> stephen: as a little boy growing up in south carolina i watched the water waggoner show. >> that's great! >> stephen: huge country music show saturday afternoons right after the cartoons were over and i always had to see whether dolly was going to be on the show. >> i started that show in 1967 so you was a tiny little thing. >> stephen: i had a little crush on you. i did. >> thank you now! >> stephen: and you know you've done it all, you're a country music and a crossover legend, queen of both country and pop, sold over 100 million records, "jolene" "coat of many colors" "i will always love you." you've been a songwriter, singer performer, oscar nominee, emmy nominee. what is it that you haven't done that you would like to do? >> i want to do more of the same stuff and i just wake up with new dreams everyday. i never know what i'm going to do next. >> stephen: so basically you want to say to god "i want more of the same, please." >> i'll take another round. >> stephen: okay. well you've got a new book called "dream more: celebrating the dreamer in you." >>
accent) south carolina and of course (southern accent) australia. >> jon: (laughs) that's how australians say australia? >> they do if they're from south carolina, jon, yes. >> jon: pronouncing these different regions like you're a sophomore just back from a semester abroad is pretentious. it's a little dickish. >> jon, this is no time for name calling and, in fact, governor romney understands john oliver's frustration. (laughter) it's a feeling that's been nagging at him since he was a scrappy little street rat selling papers for tuppence in chittany square. can. (laughter) (cheers and applause) >> jon: what? >> (in a cockney accent) that's the life wot i lived! romney for presidentnt ♪74lys 2rst gettzo 2vf.]tn' b free-crediÑv-pbyováwt-co b b (cheers and applause). >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight, his new fame is called "chasing mavericks." >> i want to ride that wave. i want to that i can that drop. >> it's not gonna happen. >> why not? >> because untrained boys don't step in the ring with mike tyson, that's why. >> i can handle it! >> you don't just do it. buddy, i've been s
he denounced the slave trade in no uncertain terms, another clause that was struck because south carolina and georgia would not abide any strictures on the slave trade. after the war a strange thing began to have been jammed. and oddly enough, france is the key to understanding. and we think of france to think of sally in james samsung's, for the jury . but he went over there, very important national business. he was there as our trade representative. we were desperate for money. the u.s. code enormous debts to britain, and our most important export was a slave raise crop, tobacco which brought in some 30 million the year. now, jefferson had one problem, the most important and influential friends that he had a court among the french aristocrats were all abolitionists and could not understand how we have fought a war for universl
the nullification between the state of south carolina federal government was also sold by compromise. and finally, the late 1840's battling over the future of slavery formed in the mexican war was settled by the compromise of 1850. then you look at these examples precedent and tradition placed for notice the settlement to take place in 1861 but did not slavery in the 15 states where it existed. almost all americans in 1860, republicans included, believes where it existed. rather, the critical question was slavery in the national territories, and the territories geographically these territories were comprised in the rocky mountains and then west of the rocky mountains to california. it didn't include california because california, as you know, is already a state. it had to do with the future of slavery and the future of southern power in the nation. now they demand that what they saw to take their property including slave property. in the famous and infamous dr. scott decision the united states supreme court affirmed the stuff and constitutional review. nobody, the supreme court. republicans would
think this office competed in south carolina. endorsement of a statethere i met her at a function. i asked her for an endorsement. endorsement if you come to my carolina. right away i said okay. so it was about a month laterwe had been campaigning non-stop traveling all through towns and shaking hands and in between i'm people for support. so we land in south carolina hotel about 1:00 in the morning. we had been flying and the different. walkust as i'm about to back then. we're going to have to wake up and be on the road at 6:30 ini said what, why? go to greenwood and it's several hours away. my promises so a few hours later terrible, i think a cold is coming on and i open up the curtains to get light to wake me terrible storm. i get some coffee and there is a bad story about me in the "new york times." i was much more sensitive to bad stories then. downstairs and i'm walking out to the car and my umbrella blows open and i'm soaked. so by the time i get in the car i'm wet and mad and still kind of sleepy and it turns out that greenwood is several hours away from every place else. dri
or asian american. cumake it >> three-quarters of the hispanic vote. south carolina lindsay graham. and david petraeus suddenly steps down. north carolina congresswoman sue myrick on how the resignation impacts the investigation. benghazi attack. >> because of your honor 36 men are alive because of your courage fallen americans came home. >> we salute sergeant dacota myers. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you very much. welcome to huckabee from it is fox news studios in new york city. i have a great new recipe i tried out this week for fryed crow. i have been eating a lot of that lately. like a lot of conservatives across the land, i thought romney would be elected president and i was wrong so were most of the conservative observers and comment ators. let's be clear it was not the choice i was hoping for, but you know what, we did it without blood shed and bullets and people with boots and badges dragging us in the streets. hand ringing begins as republicans complain about the campaign or mitt romney himself. romny earned the primar
policy to immigration cost them the hispanic vote? i spoke to south carolina senator lindsay graham about that. >> george w. bush received 44 percent of the hispanic vote in 2004. president bush 43 understood the hispanic community and was a great governor of texas and hispanic felt good about president bush. why? they are pro life like you and me, mike entrepreneur and joined the military and incrediblele patriotic and hard working people. in 2004 44. and 2008 why went down to 31. what happened in 2004 and 8? we tried under president bush leadership to pass comprehensive immigration reform in 2006 and 7 and during the debate rhetoric coming out of the corners was our party alienated the hispanic community. we need to secure our borders, and we built a wall between the republican party and hispanic community and in 2012 that wall got higher. we got twen percent of the vote in 2012. we are going the wrong way. it is basod rhetoric and tone coming out of certain elements of the republican party in the immigration debate. >> i know republicans get nervous when you talk about conservation imm
's america. i want to begin by telling you a story. now, when you go and do research in south carolina, and you go into the archives and people ask what you're interested in writing about, and you tell them strom thurmond, they say oh, let me tell you my story about strom thurmond. somebody always has a great story. the time that they saw him do something crazy, that kind of thing, my story begins in late july of 1992. and i am on a flight from washington dc to charlotte, north carolina. and i had been an intern at summer up on capitol hill. one of my regrets of the summer was that i had never seen strom thurmond. all of my fellow interns said you have to see him. he has such an unusual appearance about him. i had no idea what they meant by that. but i had my suspicions. i'm on the flight and i look ahead of me and i see a man who has orange colored hair, so brightly colored, and this first-generation kind of hair plugs. and i think to myself, that must be what his head looks like. of course, i knew that when people were reaching over. i wanted to shake his hand as well. i had been in
in california, south carolina and here in hard-hit new jersey are getting customers to shop local. and we'll give you tips so that you can take full advantage of small business saturday on november 24th. it's time to make money. coming up next on "your business." >>> small businesses are revitalizing the economy. american express open is here to help. that's why we are proud to present "your business" on msnbc. >>> hi, there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg. welcome to a very special edition of "your business." it comes in between black friday and cybermonday. this year, small business saturday is november 24th. it is a day people are urged to shop local and is support their communities. we are coming from maplewood, new jersey. a storm-battered state where small businesses need customers more than ever. across the country in burbank, california, the shop local movement has taken off in a big way. in the magnolia park section of that city, local retailers have banded together to revitalize not only sales but also their neighborhood. >>> it is the last friday of the month in the magnolia park s
finally gotten the heat turned on and at the time i was still competing in south carolina. it was one of the early primary states. i really wanted the endorsement of the state representative down there. i met her at some function. nobody knew me. nobody could pronounce my name. they're wondering what's he thinking. i asked her for an endorsement and she said i tell you what, i'll give you my endorsement if you come do my hometown of greenwood, south carolina. i think i had a bit of wine during dinner because right away i said okay. it's about a month later and i'm traveling back to south carolina. we flew in late at night. i think we were coming from iowa. we had been campaigning nonstop traveling all through towns the and having meetings and shaking hands and in between i'm making phone calls asking people for support. we land in greenville, south carolina at around midnight. we get to the hotel at 1:00 in the morning. i'm exhausted. i'm dragging my bags to my room. back then we didn't fly on air force one. the accommodations were a little different. just as i'm about to walk into th
of mill the knee at's owners who lived in south carolina and georgia, irish-american families. the first lady's family. i tested them and in fact it is the most ordinary of american stories. the white shields and black shields are related. this is on the first lady's mother's side. her mother is marion shields. many americans are making these discoveries with dna testing, just finding these connections through ancestry.com, doing their own genealogy. it is a kind of discovery that many americans are making but it is not an easy one for people. on both sides of the family, this was a hard realization, even though people know these things happen. many members of the first lady's white extended family had no idea their ancestors had known slaves and while many people might like a connection to the white house, this was a most unsettling connection to the white house as you can imagine. it is not something most people expect, to have a reporter not on your door and say one of your ancestors may have owned the first lady's ancestors. and some people simply didn't want to talk about it. but so
, president obama told the story behind the chant. >> we landed in greenville, sou south carolina, i'm wiped out. i think a cold's coming on. and i open up the curtains to try to get light to wake me up, but it's pouring down rain. terrible storm. by the time i'm in the car, i'm wet and i'm mad and still kind of sleepy. p you but it turns out greenville is several hours away from every place else. so we drive and we drive and we drive. and we pull up to a small fieldhouse. and she was going to organize a little meeting for us and we walk in and there were about 20 people there and they're all kind of wet, too, and they don't look very excited to see me. but i'm running for president, so i do what i'm supposed to do and i say how to you do, nice to meet you. and i'm making my way around the room and suddenly i hear this wo voice cry out behind me, fired up. and i'm startled and i don't know what's going on. but they act like this is normal. and when the voice says fired up, they all say ready to go. i continu around, there's a small woman, about 60 years old, looks like she just came from chu
to watch the right flanks that strongly. >> jennifer: donnie, you're from south carolina. you know lindsey graham, he would be able to be persuaded. >> it was much more likely before the tea party two years ago. like you said, he's got a primary in south carolina. that's a deep, deep, dark -- >> jennifer: do you think he will be in the primary? >> probably. the republican right doesn't trust john mccain the moderate because they think he's a crazy liberal. lindsey graham is closely allied with john mccain and so a lot of the right wing sees them as birds of the same feather. they call them republican in name only,rinos. the pressure is pretty strong. against it. >> jennifer: are there others that you're aware of, maybe that sahil wasn't thinking about. >> lamar alexander, senator from tennessee left the republican leadership a year, year and a half ago because he said he wanted more freedom to do what is right. you've got another senator from tennessee, bob corker who is often talked about on issues of cli carbohydr
-election in the very red state of south carolina in 2014. he will probably feel pressure from the right to stand firm. joining me now is sahilkapuh. he wrote the article about the five republican senators who might work across the aisle. he joins us from washington d.c. i'm also joined by our favorite democratic strategist, donnie fowler. thanks donnie, thanks, is sahil for joining me inside "the war room." can harry reid bring those republican senators over to avoid a filibuster if not all of them? maybe some of them and which of the republicans is most likely to come over? >> it really depends on which issue. i think the bigger the issue the more hot button it is. if you take something like taxes or climate change or immigration, issues like that will be an uphill climb to win over any republicans. as i mention the article the most likely republican to cross over susan collins has a very strong incentive whose re-election prospects in 2014 will be helped by crossing the aisle. the others are mostly either republicans from
clyburn from south carolina, member of the house leadership. let's talk about the real politics of equity, fairness, real democratic values, congressman. you're in the leadership. you're going to make the call. does the president have to win -- i think he has to -- does he have to win on making sure the wealthy of this country get back to paying what they paid under clinton? >> absolutely. he's just absolutely got to win that. and i think he will win that. but let me say, chris, thank you so much for having me. may i say something about susan rice? >> sure. >> i have a real, real problem with my senior senator trying to make her a scapegoat in this. susan rice's roots are in florence, south carolina, that i got the opportunity to serve for almost 20 years in the congress. her father, who -- emmitt, born in florence, didn't leave there until he was 16 years old, i've been a close friend of his over the years. i'm a close friend of susan rice. i think it's absolutely a shame for this young lady whose roots are deep in south carolina soil to get sullied like this by my senior senator, who i
congressman james clyburn from south carolina. he's the third highest ranking democrat in the house. congressman, thank you for being here tonight, first of all. >> well, thank you so much for having me. good to see you. >> now -- good to see you. some of your republican colleagues claim ambassador rice is, quote, incompetent. what is that based on? >> well, it's based on some series of, i would call it, attempts to derail the career of one of the most outstanding ambassadors we have ever had in this country. this young lady has been a part of government and the governmental process for more than 20 years. i worked with with her very closely when i was chair of the congressional black caucus. she was handling the africa desk at the department of state. she's well seasoned. in the clinton administration. she is in think tanks for eight years after that. she's now been the ambassador to the united nations for four years, almost 20 years, ph.d. rhodes scholar, and i'm very proud of her because her roots are right here in south carolina. i knew her father, emmitt rice, and to call a per
. the last hope clemson and south carolina later on tonight in death valley. >> brad: clemson's only loss was to this florida state team. tahj boyd playing as well at quarterback than anybody in the country right now. kenny shaw out of bounds on first down but too little, too late for florida state. this is the third game for florida against a top ten team. that's pretty good schedule. that's why the computers like them more than some other clubs with one loss. manuel runs, heading for the sideline. got there. got bulldogged down in front of the gator bench. >> todd: this florida team did not play alabama but they beat lsu, they beat south carolina badly. they did lose to georgia and vl jacksonville but they beat tam too many who may be the hottest team in college football right now and played them early and beat them and shut them out in the second half in college station. >> brad: texas a&m beat alabama. south carolina beat georgia. georgia beat florida. and they are all still sitting there licking their chops thinking about what might be. >> todd: and rooting for usc. >> brad: and lane
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